Monthly Archives: September 2014

“Hey! Ho! Fossil Fuels Have Got to Go!” — World Sees Largest Climate March in History Amidst Mounting Dangers

Originally posted on robertscribbler:
According to the National Climate Data Center, the summer of 2014 was the hottest in the global record. It was a season of record wildfires, sea surface temperatures far above the 20th Century average, and of…

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The Pain in Peace

The Pain in Peace.

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Just this. Hands Up, Don’t Shoot and the Social Contract

There is a video going around that gives me chills. It’s not due to the graphic nature of the video. I think I’m beginning to become as numb as the rest of the world. My heart hurts for it when … Continue reading

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The More We Give

I had held myself back, you know? When first we met. I had been hurt and though I was venturing out I hadn’t quite found myself. ┬áIndeed I doubted that I ever would. I was such a fleeting thing. I … Continue reading

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No experiment is ever a failure if you learn from it. Now, I’ve come home.

This is just a hello, friends. It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Indeed, I had almost forgotten that I have posted anything. ┬áIn my mind though, I’ve written and rewritten countless blogs of the workplace, trying to maintain a healthy … Continue reading

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